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    John (who/whom/that) there is a ..

    1.Statement - There is a girl with john.
    2.Noun clause - (a) John with whom there is a girl..
    .....................(b) John (who/whom/that)there is a girl with..

    3.statement - He was a hero for children.
    4.Noun clause - (a) Children for whom he was a hero..
    ......................(b) children (who/whom/that) he was a hero for..

    Are here noun clauses 2.a/b and 4.a/b grammatically correct?
    Last edited by Dinusha; 25-Sep-2014 at 10:25.

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    Re: John (who/whom/that) there is a ..

    Dinusha, is this homework?

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